Change Your Beliefs... Change Your Life...

The Power of Beliefs

How has changing your core belief changed your life?

 

My life has changed exponentially in all areas; I was able to transform Fibromyalgia and chronic Fatigue, which I was told was not curable and I would never get any better. I was able to accept the tragic death of my son through a vehicle accident with ease and grace. I have reclaimed my life and my value to myself which has opened doors where I really had not even seen a window. It has shown me the many walls I put up around myself to keep me safe, but also prevented me from being my authentic self.

Catherine Whelan Costen

Author/speaker/host/producer online chat show Lets Get Real Chattin with Catherine

www.lgrcc.com

I live on earth as it is in heaven. My days are filled with peace, joy, love, enlightenment, and oneness with God and all that is. I am vibrantly healthy, love my work, adore the people in my life, and feel completely fulfilled. Quite a difference from being in my 20s wishing for my life to end…

Keli Ackroyd

www.KeliAckroyd.com

One such unconscious belief was “unlovability”. Until 55 years of age, I had no idea I harbored such a belief. I just know that no matter what I did to change my self-love story/beliefs/feelings, the absence of self-love did not budge. I actually did not consciously change the belief to anything else. I simply benefitted by the absence of that block by naturally beginning to experience self love unfold in my being.

Two days later I woke up in bliss that was so pristine I lay with my mouth hanging open for about 3 hours. It was so unexpected and delicious it was actually a little shocking (but in a really, really good way!).

Orion

I thought my opinions and feeling were to be invisible and not to draw attention to myself. I didn’t matter. I do matter and I have opinions and I can be visible. That I Love being me!!!!!!

Cheryl Goldthorpe

Luna Healing and Hairstyling

I changed my belief that I had to serve others before serving myself (this could be read as honoring myself). I now know that I need to honor myself first, or there is nothing left to give others. Also, by honoring who I am and that I deserve to be cared for by myself, my health has improved. I am a stronger person who now looks for what feeds me rather than others.

Helen Dougherty

www.wonderfullliving.com

Oh yes… several. Of course they still hang out with me every now and then to remind me of how far I’ve come. I believed I wasn’t good enough, wasn’t smart enough and on and on… I know that I am very talented and gifted and am forever grateful for those gifts. I also know that the more I step into my truth, the greater my self worth climbs. When I stop running from me I receive the greatest learning.

I am a very different person than I was. I not only see myself differently but because I am not hiding behind the shield of all that I thought I wasn’t, I now can see others differently as well. I understand people so much better and recognize what is their stuff, which I no longer have to take on, and that which is mine and what I may still have to work do on. I feel much freer and ready for the next step in life.

Glenna Mageau

The Write Success – www.glennamageau.com

Author Maggie Thom – www.maggiethom.com

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